He died at Versailles in May 1696.
Children were hunting for Easter eggs in the city's oldest burial ground, with monuments dating from 1696.
In 1696, he appended to this text the Entretiens sur la mort (Dialogues on Death), which he composed after a life-threatening illness.
…in two parts (Nova, 1672; Vetus, 1696).
… appeared in two parts (Nova, 1672; Vetus, 1696).
Madame de Sévigné died in Grignan on April 17, 1696.
By 1696 Spanish rule again prevailed in the Southwest.
He received a medical degree in 1696 from the University of St.
His Bibliotheca Hispana appeared in two parts (Nova, 1672; Vetus, 1696).
His principal works were published by the Maurists in Cologne in 1696, edited by G.
Their power in Assam reached its peak during the reign of King Rudra Singh (1696–1714).
Although Ivan remained nominally joint tsar with Peter until his death in 1696, the administration was now largely in the hands of Peter.
In 1696 Sloane published in Latin an elaborate catalogue (Catalogus Plantarum Quae in Insula Jamaica) on the plants he collected in Jamaica.
The first steps taken in this direction were the campaigns of 1695 and 1696, with the object of capturing Azov from the Crimean Tatar vassals of Turkey.
Leibniz's calculus gained a wide audience through the publication in 1696, by Guillaume de L'Hôpital (1661–1704), of the first expository book on the subject, the Analyse des Infiniments Petits Pour L'Intelligence des Lignes Courbes.
The main sources for her philosophy are two published books, A Discourse Concerning the Love of God (1696) and Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Vertuous and Christian Life (1705), and her correspondence with Locke and with Leibniz.
John III Sobieski, Polish Jan Sobieski, (born August 17, 1629, Olesko, Poland—died June 17, 1696, Wilanów), elective king of Poland (1674–96), a soldier who drove back the Ottoman Turks and briefly restored the kingdom of Poland-Lithuania to greatness for the last time.
The last period of significance for the Venetian school occurred in the 18th century, during which time several painters of quality arose who enjoyed international reputations: Canaletto (1697–1768), Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770), and Francesco Guardi (1712–93).
Berlin under the Great Elector of Brandenburg had become an increasingly important centre, both politically and artistically; and the full-bodied Baroque style of Andreas Schlüter, as revealed by his equestrian monument to the Great Elector (1696–1708), now at Charlottenburg, was fully in sympathy with the time.
John Somers, Baron Somers, in full John Somers, Baron Somers of Evesham, (born March 4, 1651, Whiteladies, Claines, near Worcester, Worcestershire, England—died April 26, 1716, Brookmans, near Mimms North, Hertfordshire), English statesman, chief minister to King William III of England from 1696 to 1700, and a leader of the group of influential Whigs known as the Junto from 1696 to 1716.
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